Surveys and Assessments
In order to meet all of the needs of your organization, whether through training & development or organizational consulting, The Hayes Group utilizes a wide range of instruments, such as the below surveys and assessments, that enable us to get “at the heart” of both individual and group needs/desires.
We are certified experts with the following tools:
360 Degree Leadership Development Survey
Learn more about The Hayes Group’s validated and customizable 360 Degree Leadership Development Survey Program.
The Hayes Group can also provide you the Myers-Briggs Type indicator and the Thomas Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument.
The Behavioral Styles Survey (DISC)
The DISC measurement system analyzes four key factors and reveals one’s actual behavior and tendencies toward certain behavior. By understanding oneself and others, one will be better able to achieve success in any situation — on the job, at home, in society at large. By better understanding ourselves — and others — we can be more effective as individuals and as an organization. See our article explaining DISC.
The Job Relations Inventory
Employee Engagement Surveys & Employee Opinion Surveys
For over 40 years, The Hayes Group has created and administered effective Employee Opinion Surveys, and helped implement changes to improve overall organizational effectiveness. All surveys include Patterned Interview and Nominal Group sessions and follow-up.
The Communication Audit
The Communication Audit can help those in your organization discover how well they really communicate and provide plans for improving communications.
Thomas Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument
The Thomas Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI) is a conflict style inventory, which is a tool developed to measure an individual’s response to conflict situations. The TKI identifies five different styles of conflict: Competing, Avoiding, Accommodating, Collaborating, and Compromising.
TRACOM SOCIAL STYLE & Versatility
SOCIAL STYLE is an interpersonal skills model for understanding and describing people in four primary behavior styles: Driving, Expressive, Aimable, Analytical. It’s use of versatility focuses on providing the other person with what they want. This method can be used for a variety of settings and jobs including management, sales, teams and individual contributors.